Lyse asks my opinion on installing a floating floor on the carpet and the rejuvenation of his cabinet: Hi Allen, I really love everything you do on TV and I thank you for letting us ask you questions. My landlord pays me for the floating floor kitchen, living room, office and entrance. In the bathroom, he prefers that I put pre-pasted vinyl tile. The problem is that it asks me not to remove the carpet business of the bedroom and install the floating floor on top. The home center, I was told that it is done, but I’d like your opinion. Also, I have cabinets that are at least 20-25 years in wood veneer. They begin to crumble and buckle, and I wonder how rejuvenate myself cheaply. Thank you in advance and I look forward to your answers. Lysis.
There is really no problem to install a floating floor on commercial carpeting. This layer will act as sub floor and give a comfortable and soft. In terms of your cabinets, there are several ways to modify them at little cost. The paint remains the most interesting to me. There are obviously other solutions, but perhaps a little more expensive or requiring more work: strip the cabinets with a false finish, install the paper and trim, change the doors, hinges and handles.Finally, just let your imagination and create something that will give you pleasure and that will change your decor inexpensively.